Reading and Writing
Is your child struggling with reading? Are they behind with writing exercises?
Learn more about how we help with literacy intervention at home.
Support Your Child’s
Reading and Writing Skills.
Literacy is a fundamental life skill that begins to develop in your child’s early years. Building a strong literacy foundation will help them be more confident with reading and writing, even before they step into the classroom.
With speech therapy focused on literacy intervention, we’ll help them practice foundational literacy skills and improve their overall ability to read, write, and speak. Getting in touch with a speech-language pathologist early can also help avoid challenges in the future.
How Will Speech Therapy Help with My Child’s Literacy?
Literacy intervention may focus on reading and writing, but it also works alongside the development of speech and language skills. A more complete approach to literacy covers your child’s ability to:
understand and absorb information when they read or hear sentences
become familiar with words formed through the combined sounds they hear
relate written letters and letter combinations to their corresponding sounds
understand words and use them in the right context
combine all the above skills to read and write easily
Good reading practice and habits can support literacy and language development in the long-term. Starting early is key to raising proficient readers, and you can get started as soon as today when you get in touch with our speech-language pathologists.
How Apheleia Speech Therapy Can Help
Online speech-language therapy will guide your child’s literacy journey. Our speech therapists will aid you in supporting your child to becoming a proficient reader.
We help your kids get started with their writing and reading skills at home. We’ll work with you and your child through activities that help your child reach their literacy goals and milestones in the comfort of your home.
Speech Therapy for Literacy Disorders
Our speech therapy at home extends to supporting literacy disorders such as dyslexia. We’ll help your child overcome their challenges and show them that reading is attainable and fun!
Owner & Speech-Language Pathologist